Robert C. Clark

Harvard University Distinguished Service Professor

Austin Wakeman Scott Professor of Law

Bibliography

Representative Publications

  • Lorsch, Jay W. & Robert C. Clark. "Leading from the Boardroom," 86, No. 4 Harvard Business Review 104 (2008).
  • Clark, Robert C. "Major Trends Lead Us Back to Basics," 31 Journal of Corporate Law 591 (2006).
  • Clark, Robert C. "Moral Systems in the Regulation of Nonprofits: How Value Commitments Matter," Hauser Center Working Papers, October 2006, at No. 33.6.
    Full text: WWW
  • Clark, Robert C. "Corporate Governance Changes in the Wake of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act: A Morality Tale for Policymakers Too," 22 Georgia State Law Review 251 (2005).
    Full text: WWW || SSRN
  • Clark, Robert C. "Why So Many Lawyers? Are They Good or Bad?" 61 Fordham Law Review 275 (1993).
  • Clark, Robert C. "Contracts, Elites and Traditions in the Making of Corporate Law," 89 Columbia Law Review 7 (1989).
  • Clark, Robert C. Corporate Law (Little, Brown 1986).
    Full text: AMAZON (Purchase)
  • Clark, Robert C. "The Four Stages of Capitalism," 94 Harvard Law Review 561 (1981).
  • Clark, Robert C. "Does the Nonprofit Form Fit the Health Care Industry?" 93 Harvard Law Review 1416 (1980).

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